SPOKANE, Wash. -


Students at Ferris High School are "Freezin' for a Reason" this weekend.

It's their annual round-the-clock food drive to help fill the shelves at Second Harvest food bank. Students are camping out in the elements at 37th and Ray, doing all they can to stay warm as they collect donations.

"We are out here collecting food and staying in a tent with a campfire," said senior Naomi Dull. "People drive up the side of the road and drop off cans and it's pretty cool."

Freezin' for a Reason started Thursday and continues until Sunday at noon. You can drop off donations in the Ferris parking.